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Although not hard-core country, Jade Stone was associated with the Outlaw movement and even shared office space with Waylon Jennings & the Glaser brothers…

As Jade & Luv were roundly rejected by the Nashville music establishment of the 1970's, fame eluded our heroes entirely until "Mosaics: Pieces of Stone" began to be noticed by hard-core record collectors. It is now celebrated as a classic example of blissed out, almost FM 70's goodness…

A strange blend of country, psych, 60's garage rock, and the better elements of 70's FM "yacht rock"- it has also been compared to Dennis Wilson's "Pacific Ocean Blue", Gene Clark's "No Other", Roy Orbison, Delaney & Bonnie and Jerry Rafferty….

Jade Stone was located in 2006, and had no idea of his cult status. In the 1980's & 90's, Jade had dropped out of the music industry and had "…got lost in the world of cocaine addiction."

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